Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775
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Synagogues from Reform to Orthodox run centralized mishloach manot programs that allow congregants to send baskets to one another without the stress of buying, baking, packaging or even delivering them.
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Shake Stir Pour author Katie Loeb turns the iconic triumvirate of Purim flavors — apricot, prune and cherry — into cocktails worthy of Judaism's hallmark drinking holiday.
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At Kol Tzedek in West Philadelphia, congregants read the Megillah in nine different languages — including Klingon.
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Arielle Levites
The Megillat Esther, which never mentions the word "God," challenges us to consider the place for “godless” Jewish stories in our community today.
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Binyamin Kagedan
The names of religious holidays are usually fairly straightforward, but 'Purim' requires a more thorough investigation into its origins.
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